The Bucknellian

Sam Rosenblatt
Major: Political Science and Spanish ’20 |

Hometown: Newton, MA |

Sam returns to The Bucknellian as Editor-in-Chief following a semester abroad in Granada, Spain. He is excited for a semester of great stories and lots of laughs with the staff during production night. When he’s not in the newsroom, you can find Sam playing pickup basketball at the KLARC and playing guitar at 7th Street Cafe. He previously wrote for the newspaper as an Opinions writer, Opinions Editor, and then Print Managing Editor.

Sam Rosenblatt, Editor-in-Chief

Feb 27, 2020
Democrats are overthinking the election, and it might cost them (Story)
Nov 22, 2019
University announces Commencement Speaker for Class of 2020 (Story)
Nov 08, 2019
Political commentator Heather Mac Donald to speak on campus (Story)
Oct 25, 2019
BizPitch competition announces 2019 finalists (Story)
Oct 10, 2019
Rutgers professor discusses intellectual diversity in scientific research (Story)
Oct 04, 2019
Former satire editor, sitcom producer returns to campus for Homecoming (Story)
Feb 21, 2019
An abroad perspective: How does Spain view American politics? (Story)
Nov 30, 2018
Canada Geese flock to Lewisburg for the winter (Story)
Nov 15, 2018
BIPP Pizza and Policy panel breaks down midterm elections (Story)
Oct 19, 2018
Local Dem. candidate Dr. Jenn Rager-Kay takes non-partisan approach to politics (Story)
Sep 21, 2018
BIPP panel provides insight into Kavanaugh hearings, confirmation (Story)
Apr 26, 2018
Fresno State professor’s comments are untimely, but should not be silenced (Story)
Apr 19, 2018
Students should have more parking options with Academic East construction (Story)
Apr 12, 2018
New Paterno film intense, but comes too soon (Story)
Apr 05, 2018
Scandal in the NCAA dominates high school players’ careers (Story)
Mar 29, 2018
DeVos’ latest interview validates her critics (Story)
Mar 08, 2018
Peele’s Oscar is a win for diversity, but more progress needed (Story)
Mar 01, 2018
Sexism should not stop us from calling Lindsey Vonn “the greatest of all time” (Story)
Feb 22, 2018
In searching for solutions to gun violence, one life makes a huge difference (Story)
Feb 08, 2018
In choosing a major, following your interests should be the only factor (Story)
Feb 01, 2018
Doomsday Clock reading indicative of Trump’s actions, world’s conflicts (Story)
Nov 30, 2017
Policy is important, but so is character (Story)
Nov 09, 2017
Who are the Amigos? (Story)
Nov 09, 2017
Call these attacks by their rightful name (Story)
Nov 02, 2017
Senator Jeff Flake won’t run for reelection (Story)
Nov 02, 2017
Kevin Spacey scandal indicative of larger societal sexual violence (Story)
Oct 26, 2017
Spain’s response to Catalan independence movement will determine the success of future movements (Story)
Oct 26, 2017
Super Saturday temporarily relocated to New Jersey (Story)
Oct 19, 2017
Pence’s early departure shows administration’s blindness to protesters’ message (Story)
Sep 28, 2017
Latest NCAA scandal highlights problem of integrity in college athletics (Story)
Sep 21, 2017
Protesters’ banner rings true, racism is as American as baseball (Story)
Aug 31, 2017
Colin Kaepernick deserves another chance (Story)
Apr 27, 2017
French election leaves choice between far-right populism and centrist pragmatism (Story)
Apr 20, 2017
Bombing ISIS in Afghanistan is not the perfect solution, but it is a short-term win (Story)
Apr 13, 2017
#BlackLivesMatter essay rewards an activist ally (Story)
Apr 06, 2017
Brexit brings Scotland to a crossroads with EU, independence movement (Story)
Mar 30, 2017
AHCA failure shows difficulty of reforming system, leaves Americans at a crossroads (Story)
Mar 09, 2017
Reality of climate change shows real effects (Story)
Mar 02, 2017
Jameis Winston’s comments to children are careless at best (Story)
Feb 23, 2017
Latest press conference proves Trump is out of touch (Story)
Feb 16, 2017
Republicans are wrong to silence Senator Elizabeth Warren during debate (Story)
Feb 10, 2017
More funding necessary to combat drug-resistant bacteria (Story)
Feb 02, 2017
Alternative facts only widen national divides (Story)